Global professional services company GHD has welcomed the release of the National Hydrogen Strategy, which sets out the framework for building a clean, innovative and competitive hydrogen industry that positions Australia as a major global player by 2030.
Richard Fechner, Global Leader – GHD Advisory, says the release of the National Hydrogen Strategy comes at an important time in a global energy transition.
“We are experiencing unprecedented global momentum to rapidly decarbonise our energy-intensive sectors. Thanks to the unwavering commitment of key champions such as the Australian Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel, it is now widely understood that hydrogen could play a significant role in enabling a cleaner energy future,” said Fechner.
“The hydrogen opportunity is founded on its beneficial and unique qualities; it is versatile, light, storable, and can be produced from renewable resources such as solar and wind – which Australia has in abundance. It is a highly efficient carbon-free energy carrier that produces no CO2 or any other greenhouse gas when used.”
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